Archive for July, 2015

Super Smash Bros. in First Person Looks Like a Blast

Whether that means continued support that some games receive for many years after their initial launch like with the Gamecube iteration of Super Smash Bros., additional cheats or easter eggs that have been left unknown for years, or simply fan-made …

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Nintendo eShop: Xeodrifter, Badland, and more this week

we are releasing three classic Kirby games in the Nintendo eShop on Wii U today – Kirby Squeak Squad (Nintendo DS), Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards (Nintendo 64) and Kirby’s Return to Dream Land (Wii). Elliot Quest is 15 percent off (reduced from $12.99 …

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What Will Be Different When ZombiU Comes to Xbox One, PS4 and PC

A Storm of HBO News – Jon Snow, Game of Thrones, True Detective and Netflix Can there ever be too much zombies? Nah. Ubisoft is taking the once Wii U exclusive, ZombiU, and bringing it to Xbox One, PS4 and PC. The ‘U’ is getting the ax as it prepares …

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PlayStation UK boss Fergal Gara resigns after leading the PS4 to record-breaking success

The PS4 continues to perform very well, passing the 2 million consoles sold milestone faster than the PS2 in the UK, and has a reported marketshare in some parts of Europe of up to 90%. Worldwide, the console helped Sony reach profits despite a flagging …

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Design Document Surfaces for Abandoned Sister Game to Perfect Dark

Items of interest include Squad Level AI and a proposed compatibility with the Gameboy Advance — which would most likely mean that the game was intended for release on the Gamecube instead of the Nintendo 64. Perhaps the most tantalizing bit of this …

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